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John Poltorak

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PXE booting OS/2
« on: June 20, 2017, 11:20:06 pm »
PXE is a great way to boot a system from the network rather than from local media. IBM's DHCP server for OS/2, part of WSeB, can be set up to enable remote boot via TFTP, which is part of PXE. I've tried to get this set up a number of times but never succeeded, but I want to give it another try. Anyone know what the bootfile is called? The file, that is offered to the network boot client?